Public Works Director Gary Zuroff highlights plans, funding and support available to replace lead service lines to address concerns identified in city's Drinking Water Quality Report for 2022.
Rain delays beset victorious second half of twin-bill at Astoria Park
The regular Dunn County Commission meeting on Wednesday, June 7, involved allegations of misconduct, an ongoing property dispute and a discussion about a golden doodle puppy.
Valeria Bradley and Shayna Klitzke showcase resilience and dominate in third-place match after falling short in the regional finals, setting the stage for future success.
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Blustery and cooler tomorrow for Dickinson
Compared to 40 to 50 years ago, our northern summers have more humid days and also more days of extremely high humidity.
A summer breeze will cool you down, but the process is entirely different than in winter.
Where to fish, recipes and how to remove y-bones are just a few other resources found on the Game and Fish website at gf.nd.gov.
Plain Talk: As Doug Burgum runs for president, his state political party may be taken over by his enemies
Former NDGOP chairman Bob Harms joins this Plain Talk to talk about what's happening to the party. Also, state Sen. Sean Cleary talks about his old boss running seeking the White House.
"It’s a long shot, but you got to start somewhere. Kudos to him for getting out there. He’s used to being the long shot," cafe owner Kelly Johnson said.
"What remains to be seen is whether voters, and specifically Republican primary voters, want conservative principles from someone like Burgum, or 'retribution' from someone like Trump."
The letter, signed by 10 lawmakers, asks CBP to extend hours at ports of entry to at least match operating hours with adjacent Canadian Border Services Agency ports.
Big Sticks help spread awareness of area charitable organizations, beneficiaries with special showcase at Astoria Field.
Seventeen North Dakota graduates were named among winners of the National Merit scholarships.
"We may not be building up big-numbered churches here anymore, but the Spirit is still leading us to tend to God’s people, maybe more so than ever."
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